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Wall Street Panic

Wall Street Panic

Wall Street During the Panic of 1884

Schell & Logan. Engraving: Harper's Weekly; May 24, 1884.

Wall Street looking west toward Trinity Church past the statue of George Washington on the steps of the Sub-Treasury building on May 14, 1884 when a brief panic was caused by the sudden failure of the Grant and Wood Bank. Despite a flurry of unusual activity the Panic was not serious and business soon returned to normal.

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This Wall Street Panic image is part of the "Vintage New York" exhibit, created by the New Rochelle Council on The Arts (NRCA); Thea Eichler, Program Chairman; with the assistance a grant from the Michael and Helen Schaffer Foundation. © All images in this exhibit are the property of their respective copyright holders, and may not be reproduced without permission.

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